Microsoft just announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the new refresh for its Windows 10 operating system.
The user interface in Windows 10 File Explorer will also be updated so you can better see which files are available on the device and in the cloud, thanks to the use of a small cloud icon in a column labeled "Status". Consumers can expect to start seeing aspects of Fluent Design - such as blur effects and flourishes of light meant to draw your focus to the right place - in the Fall Creators Update Microsoft's mobile apps. Surface. And with the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft is working to eliminate any remaining friction for using it across the entire system at all times.
He stated that this feature update will continue the companies efforts to expanding the creation related capabilities of the operating system and one such first party creative app was shown to the keynote crowd.
- Clipboard: Clipboard is a fast and easy way to copy and paste just about anything between connected devices, whether you're on a Windows PC or your favorite mobile phone.
Pick Up Where You Left Off: Microsoft is prepping a feature that lets you pull up your last used file, app, or website on your phone after you log off your PC, or vice versa.
Microsoft will take your raw video clips and photos and assemble them into cute little movies.
iTunes is coming to the Windows Store by the end of this year.
Timeline: Windows 10 will keep a running tally of all the apps you use and sites you visit, in the order of when you visited them. Company executives declined to commit to a specific date, though Microsoft said recently that it will ship Windows upgrades in March and September.
While the ability to automatically select, trim and create videos and incorporate them into themes with editable storyboards isn't new, nor is the ability to change music or sync to beats.
We don't have complete details of what will be in the update yet, but here's a taster and we'll let you know of any extra bits and pieces we get hold of. Due to wide interest from the community, developers in the US and Canada can pre-order an Acer ($299 USD) or HP ($329 USD) Windows Mixed Reality Headset Developer Edition starting today from the Microsoft Store for delivery later this summer. The Windows Mixed Reality motion controllers will allow responsive tracking of movement using sensors in a Windows Mixed Reality headset.
Acer will sell a Windows Mixed Reality headset and motion controller bundle priced at $399 Dollars this holiday season.